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The government of modern Britain.

Frank Stacey

The government of modern Britain.

by Frank Stacey

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Published by Clarendon Press in Oxford .
Written in English


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The Attlee government changed the face of Britain. Legislation reached the statute book confirming the establishment of both a national health service and a new system of social security, designed to provide protection for all “from the cradle to the grave”.

Few would deny that the Attlee government was amongst the most formative in modern File Size: KB. ‹ MODERN BRITAIN (2Oth Century-) The Celts. The Celts came to England about BC from Central Europe (France and Germany). Another group of warlike Celts invaded in the 4th century BC and conquered land in the north of England and Scotland and Ireland.

They became the first aristocracy to control most of Britain. The Governance of Britain Presented to Parliament should not, in a modern democracy, be exercised exclusively by the executive (subject to consultation with interested parties and, where necessary, legislation).

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Introduction. An examination of the ideas and politics of modern Britain. It looks at the role and relations of the state and the community it both governs and serves. Topics covered range from the collapse of corporate state Keynesianism, to government.

Nature’s Government is a daring attempt to juxtapose the histories of Britain, Western science, and imperialism. It shows how colonial expansion, from the age of Alexander the Great to the twentieth century, led to more complex kinds of knowledge.